Top Hip Hop / R&B Songs Music Chart - June 20, 2010

June 21, 2010 Chart RecapWelcome to the Booth’s......Read More

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Eminem
Honestly, the first time I heard Eminem’s new leak No Love, I thought it was a joke. Can you blame me? For some reason usually on-point producer Just Blaze chose to make Haddaway’s 1993 dance hit...Read More
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Drake
Here’s how it works. Drake announces he’s releasing a new track, we all stare at our computer screens like porn addicts waiting for it to arrive, and once it does we dissect it like surgeons. That...Read More
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Nicki Minaj
People obviously love talking about Nicki Minaj, and looking at Nicki Minaj, but it’s starting to look like they may not be so interested in listening to Nicki Minaj. Despite a tsunami of hype,...Read More
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Kanye West
We don't usually post new features on Friday – but it isn't every Friday that hip-hop superstar Kanye West unleashes the inaugural leak off his first rap album since 2007's Graduation. Power finds...Read More
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Eminem
What do Amy Winehouse, Tiger Woods, and Nicole Richie all have in common? That’s right – they’re all Eminem fans, and, like most of us, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say they’re addicted to...Read More
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Lloyd Banks
Two Lloyds have to be better than one, right? If that’s true, then expect G-Unit lyricist Lloyd Banks’ follow-up single to the smash Beamer Benz or Bentley to have immense success. For Any Girl,...Read More
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Chris Brown
Whether it was because of a media conspiracy, as he alleges, because the album wasn’t very good, or a little bit of both, the numbers say that Chris Brown’s Graffiti was a relative flop for...Read More
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Jeezy
Like many nine-to-fivers, Young Jeezy looks forward to the weekend as a time to kick back and unwind. Of course, when you're a full-time thug, “unwinding” takes on a different meaning than for...Read More
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Ne-Yo
Decked out in a tux, bow tie, and maybe even a pair of white gloves, Ne-Yo was definitely prepared for 2008 (a.k.a. the “Year of the Gentleman”), and emerged in 2009 with platinum cuff links and a...Read More
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T.I.
Maybe it was just me, but when I heard T.I. was going to prison, I knew he was going to come back hungry and raw, right? Well, since his release T.I has kept a relatively low profile, making some of...Read More
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B.o.B
Everyone knows that shooting stars are an ideal medium for wishing, but what if you've got a wish so urgent you can't simply stand around, waiting for a comet to cross the sky? On yet another single...Read More
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Sean Kingston
Let’s be real. A certain percentage of Booth nation saw that teen heartthrob Sean Kingston had a new song with Nicki Minaj called Letting Go (Dutty Love) and skipped right past. Their loss, because...Read More
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M.I.A.
In a recent interview, international hip-hop/pop starlet M.I.A. stated that she intended her latest full-length to sound like a “digital ruckus.” Well, as something of an expert on ruckuses of the...Read More
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Big Boi
Growing up on the east coast, I’ve always enjoyed the dopely eclectic work Atlanta has been putting out for over a decade now (it’s hard to imagine another place where artists like Ludacris,...Read More
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Travis
Quick quiz: what’s the only thing better than being a millionaire? Yep, you guessed it, being a Billionaire. (Although I don’t know what a billion will get you that several million won’t. Your...Read More
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T.I.
Like seemingly everyone, I’ve been enjoying the Clifford Harris comeback tour so far. I’m Back was a banger, Yeah Ya Know was a banger; it appeared that T.I. was dead set on proving he was still...Read More
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Alicia Keys
More than five months after Drake did some ad-lib work on Alicia Keys' aching beautiful Un-Thinkable (I’m Ready), for my money the best song off her The Element of Freedom album, Drizzy’s back to...Read More
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Diddy-Dirty Money
“It’s the Teflon Don, 100 karats in the charm, time to give it back to Sean!.” Rick Ross ends his introductory verse (in fashion) on the remix to the Dirty Money smash Hello Good Morning. To be...Read More
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B.o.B
Having satisfied the streets with his last single, reader (and staff) favorite B.o.B's shifted his focus to that other all-important demographic; the ladies. On his latest selection, the ATL buzzmaker...Read More
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